Presentation on theme: "Llamarse – to call oneself This verb is used to say what someone calls themselves. This is different than saying what someone’s name is. For example:"— Presentation transcript:
Llamarse – to call oneself This verb is used to say what someone calls themselves. This is different than saying what someone’s name is. For example: My name is Mr. Romanoski. I call myself Profe. To ask what do you call yourself, use - ¿Cómo te llamas? To ask what is your name use - ¿Cuál es tu nombre?
Me llamo I call myself Nos llamamos We call ourselves Te llamas You (fam.) call yourself Os llamáis You all (fam.) call yourselves Se llama He/She calls him/herself, You (for.) call yourself Se llaman They, You all (for.) call yourselves
Saying where someone is from using the verb >. When you want to say where someone is from you use the verb ser in Spanish. This verb is irregular so you must memorize the forms. To ask - where are you from?, ask - ¿De dónde eres? To ask – where is he/she from?, ask - ¿De dónde es?
Yo soy I am Nosotros(as) somos We (mas., fem.) are Tú eres You (fam.) are Vosotros(as) sois You all(mas., fem.) (fam.) are Él, Ella, Ud. es He/She is, You (for.) are Ellos(as), Uds. son They(mas., fem.), You all (for.) are Ser forms with subject pronouns
A – ah B – bay C – say Ch – chay D – day E – a (Like English letter “a”) F – ef - ay G – hay H – ah - chay I – ee (Like English letter “e” J – hoe – tah K – caw L – el – lay LL – a – yay M – em – may N – en – nay Ñ – en – yay O – o (like English letter O
P – pay Q – coo R – air - ay RR – air - rrrrrray S – eh - say T – tay U – oo V – bay W – doh – blay - bay X – eh - keys Y – ee – gree – yeah - gah Z – say - tah
Alphabet song - marching A-B-C-Ch-D-E-F-G (repeat) H-I-J-K (repeat) L- (repeat) LL- (repeat) M-N-Ñ-O-P (together) Q-R-RR-S-T (repeat) U-V-W-X (repeat) Y- (repeat) Z-(repeat) Yo sé el alfabeto. ¡Olé! (together)